Students lay racks of coral on to the coral nursery at Phi Phi Ley Island

Coral Nursery Maintenance – April 2014

On our recent monthly coral nursery clean up, we decided to also do a fun dive to the new wreck the Kled Gaeow. Already after only 4 weeks since it’s sinking there are already huge schools of juvenile fish all over the wreck. Also colonizing the wreck were tube anemones, juvenile baracuda (by the thousand), lion fish, an Indian Seawalker (which is very rare), squid eggs and juvenile butterfly fish.

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By Published On: April 29th, 2014Categories: Coral Nursery, Kled Gaeow Wreck
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